For tickets call Mary Carter at 856.845.8655 or buy online here.
Tickets are available two ways: Use the Link below, OR in in person at: Edward’s Hairstyling 14 S. Broad St., Woodbury
Come enjoy a favorite Main Street Woodbury classic – our historic Walking Ghost Tours! See the history of Woodbury’s most interesting locations and revel in the mysteries surrounding them. Scare up some friends to join you for a real fall treat! Only $10 for adults, $5 for children under 13. Bring a flashlight and your best walking shoes; our guides have a lot to show you.
Main Street Woodbury’s second annual White Table Gala will take place on Saturday, June 4th at 6:00 pm. Here’s how it works:
“Pop-up” Venue / Guests will receive an email that afternoon at 5:00 pm, which will reveal the event’s secret location.
Attire / Basically, the idea is that everyone wears white. Feel free to be original. Women may want to wear flat shoes. Also, wear the white wristband that you will receive at time of ticket purchase or at the event registration table.
What to Bring / Event tickets are available in pairs. Each “pair” of attendees brings their own:
- Small folding table (approximately 28” by 28” or similar) and two folding chairs;
- White tablecloth and floral or candle centerpiece for your table;
- Non-disposable china and flatware;
- Prepared meal, either from home or from any of the Woodbury restaurants that will be listed on our website and Facebook page.
We Provide / In addition to a beautiful setting, live music, and dancing, your hosts will arrange for wine and craft beers from local purveyors to be available for purchase at the event. If you will need handicapped accommodations or any special arrangements, please let us know when you register for the event on our website www.mainstreetwoodbury.org.
This event is rain or shine; tents will be provided if necessary. Main Street Woodbury can’t wait to celebrate with you! For further details or questions, please visit our Facebook page or call 856.845.8655.
After Turkey Day and Black Friday! Come Shop Woodbury Small Saturday! Anyone who spends the most Money in Woodbury Businesses gets a chance of winning Two $50 gift certificates to one of our local Woodbury Businesses! Just start shopping at 10am to 9pm with your Shop Local Card and attached all of your receipts, then on Monday, November 30th come to the Main Street Woodbury office between 10am-4pm. Our office is located at 36 South Broad St. Phone is 856-845-8655” Good Luck!
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Come to Woodbury’s Annual Car Show on Saturday, September 5th of Labor Day Weekend and order your meal for eat at the Show or take Home!!
Mystery and Style under the Stars!!
Woodbury’s first White Table Gala –Saturday June 13th at 6pm a Main Street Woodbury event.
Rules for the event:
-The secret location for the dinner will be revealed via email one hour before the event.
-You must wear all white. Originality is encouraged! Women may want to consider wearing flat shoes. Also wear your white wristband given to you at time of ticket purchase or at registration table at event.
-Bring your own small folding table (28 by 28 or so) white table cloth and 2 folding chairs. Non-disposable china + flatware and a candle lit or floral centerpiece. Originality is encouraged. Pairs can share with other pairs.
-Bring a lovely meal. If you choose, meals may be ordered in advance for pick up that evening from any of the Woodbury eateries that will be listed on Face book and our website. Purchased meals should be consumed using the above mentioned china + flatware. Wine + craft beers from local wineries and breweries will be available for purchase at the venue.
-You might want to consider adding bug spray + moist towelettes to your picnic basket.
-Handicapped accommodations will be made if required. Please make that need known at time of registration
-At the end of the evening you must remove all traces of your presence. (Please bring your own trash bag).
-This is a rain or shine event tents will be available for inclement weather or for severe weather other accommodations may be made
-You will thoroughly enjoy yourself, dining under the stars, making new friends, and dancing the night away.
-Check our website www.mainstreetwoodbury.org or call 856-845-8655 for more details
June 13th 6pm Location revealed at 5pm that day!
Are now available. Click here for details.
WOODBURY, NJ—On December 4, 2013 Woodbury’s Mayor Bill Volk and Councilmembers along with representatives from Main Street Woodbury, Woodbury’s Merchant’s Association and the Greater Woodbury Chamber of Commerce will celebrate the grand opening of three new businesses in downtown Woodbury.
Starting at 4 pm, guests will join owners, Vincent and Dave Trovato for a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new art supply store, Crazy Never Die located at 58 S Broad Street. Appetizers will be served following the ceremony.
Guests will then walk down the street to 5 Hopkins Street and visit with Leon and Laura Droz the new owners of Del Mar Steak and Subs. The Del Mar ribbon cutting will start at 4:45 and they will be serving up some of their specialty items like pork, beans and rice, the Cuban, chili and special seasoned wings.
Then at 5:30, a third ribbon cutting will take place in front of the new location for Tiki Tiki Board Games and the office for Island Officials video game development studio located at 232 S Broad Street. Dessert will be served immediately after the ceremony complements of Del Mar.
According to Mayor Bill Volk, “With 13 new businesses opening this past year and at least three more scheduled to open in January 2014, I am thrilled with the economic development taking place. All our non-profit business organizations are working together and we seem to be moving in the right direction to make Woodbury a future Gloucester County shopping destination.”
Vincent Trovato, owner of Crazy Never Die states, “I am proud to be a new retailer on Broad Street. There is so much potential for the arts here. I grew up here. My parents have businesses here and now I am a part of the town’s history.”
Crazy Never Die features such items as sketch/drawing pads, acrylic paints, pantone markers, fine artist paint brushes and supplies. The store serves the needs of both the beginner and novice artist and Trovato is the house expert for any questions that need to be answered about use and application of the products.
Leon Droz and his wife Laura are originally from Venezuela and have several successful restaurants in Delaware. They decided to venture into New Jersey with their first location in Woodbury. The business has been open since September and they have seen a steady increase in their business, especially their delivery. They have a general menu and then a specialty Venezuelan menu that features beans and rice and tres leche cake.
Droz states, “Woodbury has been great to us. They welcomed us with open arms and everyone has really gone out of their way to make us feel at home. We are thrilled to be a part of the downtown and the community and look forward to building a very successful business here.”
Partners, Ryan Morrison, Ryan Harbinson & Tyler Ager, are the masterminds of Tiki Tiki Board Games and Island Officials video game development studio. The Tiki Tiki store features all the board games most of us grew up with like Monopoly, Twister, Candyland, Battleship, and carries many new games like Dominion, 7 Wonders and Pixel Lincoln the Deck Building game developed by Island Officials.
Island Officials video game development studio is staged in the back portion of the store. It is where their team creates the digital games, tabletop games, apps and websites. Island Officials is responsible for the Nintendo game Hands On! Tangrams and the Ryan’s won the Atari Community Choice Award for their entry, Pong EVO, in Atari’s Pong Indie Developer Challenge. They are now debuting their newest computer generated game for Nintendo called Orion’s odyssey and the digital counterpart for Pixel Lincoln should be released in early 2014.
Tiki Tiki has been a retailer in Woodbury for over a year now and just relocated to the new, larger space to accommodate their business expansion.
According to Morrison, “We like it here in Woodbury. The space works for our retail business and our service business. It is a very close knit community that has embraced us as individuals as well as our business. I feel very fortunate to be able to work in the great town where I grew up.”
In 2013, the City of Woodbury opened 13 new businesses including: Little Caesar’s, King of Steaks, Tara’s Treasures, Priya Art Gallery, Drs. Camacho, Catania and Shaw of Medical Group Associates, Polish Water Ice, Bottom Dollar, Del-Mar Steaks and Subs, Tiana’s Colombian Jeans and More, Evergreen Day Spa and The Crazy Never Die Art Supply, 740 North Broad Street Window Tinting and Bo Ne a Vietnamese restaurant.
In 2014, the GG Green Building located at 108 S Broad will be opening one of their retail units to a dance studio. Tire Corral will open their doors at the former Romar Tire facility located at 340 Lincoln Street. And, Excess Reinsurance who purchased the historic Masonic Lodge located at 48 North Broad Street and will be relocating from their current offices on Evergreen Avenue.
Stay tuned for more updates as we bring our new site live.